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~ 32nd & Mingo ~
VFW Post 577 - Upstairs / cvr
One blk W. of Peoria on 6th
Tulsa's Rock/Blues & Reggae Band CREELER
Hunt Club - 224 N. Main - DwnTwn / 8:30
The Blues Society of Tulsa
Annual Christmas Party
Fet: The Blues Challenge Winning Duo
& Tulsa Bluesman
Bring your best smile...
We’re planning to video tape
the event !!
cvr / Also - Please bring a non-perishable
food item for charity
> 18+ or w/ adult / nc
* Ed's Hurricane / 3-7
Every Sat. Open Jam w/ The Salty Dogs
* Harvard Sports
The Moving Company
* Pepper's / 8.5
Live Music Postponed by Weather
> All Ages / nc
* T.U.'s Allen Chapman Center / 8-11
800 S. Tucker Dr. / 2nd Foor
- Sleepwalking Home / 8
- We The Ghost / 9'ish
> All Ages / FREE !!!!
* Full Moon
Every Sat. Dueling Pianos
Steve Pryor Band
* House Concerts / 7
1135 N. Denver
- Dave McGraw & Mandy Fer
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> Sug. Don.: cvr x 3 / byob
* Infuzion / 10
* Fat Daddy's
* Mercury Lounge / 8
Billy Joe Winghead
* Lil' Dixie
Glam R Us
* Scotty's - W. Tulsa
* Soundpony / 10
* Osage Casino - N. Tulsa
* River Spirit Casino
Doors Tribute 'Moonlight Drive'
> cvr+ - tix
* Vanguard / 8
Vienna Teng, Barnaby Bright
> All Ages / tix
* PAC - Liddy Doenges Theatre / 2 & 7.5
Tulsa! A Radio Christmas Spectacular (Musical)
Fet: Stump, Ungerman, & Rutland
> All Ages / tix
* Cain's Ballroom / 8
Aaron Behrens & The Midnight Stroll,
Nick Armstrong & The Theives,
> All Ages / tix
** Dixie Tavern
Truck Stop Bettties
** Dusty Dog / 8.5
Danny Baker Band
** Studio Soul / 10a - 10p
1621 E. 11th
- 2nd Annual Rock'n Art Jam
Room To Let, Desi & Cody,
Jesse Aycock, Paul Benjaman,
Rachel Lavonne, Wink Burcham,
> All Ages / Food Trucks / SWAG !!
** Blue Rose / 7
- Christine Jude
Paving Our Way To Memphis
> All Ages / nc
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* KOSU Radio, 91.7 FM
Folk Salad Radio airs each Saturday at
8:00 pm on KOSU, 91.7 FM (Stillwater) and
107.5 FM (Bartlesville) Radio Stations.
w/ Hosts: Richard Higgs & Scott Aycock
* Osage Casino - Sand Springs / 8
* Full Moon - B.A.
Every Sat. Dueling Pianos
> All Ages / nc
** Whiskey Dog - B.A. / 10
101st & 145th (Aspen)
- David Castro Band
* Fishbonz - Owasso
Jump Suit Love
* Hard Rock Casino - Catoosa
- Chad & Keith | Big Skillet
- Chad Lee
~~ Cabin Creek
- Beer & Chicken
* Cherokee Casino - Claremore
River's Edge / 8
Wilbur Lee Tucker / 10.5
* Cherokee Casino - Ramona
Susan's Killer Blues Debut - 1998
Now : Mrs. Derek Trucks
Remember This Place ?.
- Anatomy of the Guitar -
Here are the main bits and pieces that make up a guitar. Apart from the electronics, both acoustic and electric guitars are pretty much the same. The principle behind guitars is simple: to stretch precision made wires (the strings) down the length of a Finger Board and tighten them to certain pitches. The strings are held up and stopped at one end by the nut, the other end by the saddle, which is part of the bridge. They're fastened at one to the bridge and at the other to the tuning pegs, or machine heads. The frets, which are wires inserted into the fretboard, allow the player to accurately shorten or lengthen the strings with the finger tips so as to change the pitches of the notes and make music. The tension applied to the strings is adjusted with the machine heads. The tighter the tension, the higher the pitch. Acoustic guitars get their volume from the Soundboard. When the player twangs a string, it vibrates and passes that vibration onto the soundboard via the Bridge. It's the vibrating soundboard that we hear as 'guitar'. The soundhole allows the sound generated inside the body to escape and add to the overall tone.
Electric guitars get their volume from the pickups, which are essentially microphones. The vibrating strings affect the magnets in the pickups which send a signal to an amplifier down a cable which amplifies the signal and sends it to the speakers, and we hear the sound as 'electric guitar'. .
Storyville was a blues-rock band formed in 1994 in Austin, Tx. - Drummer; Chris Layton & bassist; Tommy Shannon - former members of The "Arc Angels" & the rhythm section for Stevie Ray Vaughan's "Double Trouble", formed the band with Malford Milligan after a
jam session at Antone's. After releasing an album "Bluest Eyes"on November Records in 1994, the band won a total of nine Austin Music awards; they became stalwarts on the local music scene and toured nationally. They subsequently signed to major label; Atlantic Records,
for whom they recorded two albums - "A Piece Of Your Soul" & "Dog Years" before breaking up. The single "Born Without You", from their 1998 release Dog Years, reached #28 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart. David Grissom & David Holt from John Mellencamp's Band also played guitar in this hard-hitting Rockin' Blues Band...
Things that.....SOUND dirty ??
( Part 4 of 8 )
Drunken, Bald Headed, Monkey Sex
( Whoops !! That one IS dirty !! )
Self Tapping Screw
Johnson & Johnson
Playing With Your Laptop
Bangin' On My Backdoor
REO Speedwagon - Live - 1977
A Fine Collection of Rick Potter Hot-Rod'd Amps & Their Owners - Eclipse Oct. 29th 2009 / Tulsa, Ok. / Shown L-R: Kevin Flint, Adam Lopez, Dustin Pittsley, Pretty Young Lady?, David Berntson, Not Sure?, Rocky Frisco, David Dover, Kevin Phariss, Dane Trout & David Skinner.
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Is Tulsa's Hardest Rock'n Blues Band that not only cover the music of Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Indigenous, Robin Trower, Stevie Ray Vaughan & Big Head Todd & The Monsters, but compliments them as well with high-energy performances each & every time you hear them.
IIIrd Degree is:
Dave Sandkuhl - guitar/lead vox
Jim Summerlin - bass/vox
Joel Harlan - lead guitar/vox
Kent Swepston - drums
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Cimarron Bar - Tulsa's Premier Biker Bar
w/ A Great Patio & Plenty of Bike Parking !!
Every Wed: Bike Night / 8:00
w/ Free Food, Live Music, $9 Sixer Buckets,
& Lot's of Giveaways & SWAG !!!
Every Thurs: Ladies Night
w/ Harry Williams & Friends !! / 7.5
Every Fri. & Sat: Tulsa's Finest Bands !!
Every Sun: The World Famous Jam / 4.5
Shouldn't Matrimony be called Mattressmony ? - c.f.
Woodstock - 1969
I Believe You Should Live Every Day Like It's
Your FIRST, Instead of Like It's Your Last,...
...Lay in Bed, Cry a Lot, & Soil Yourself Repeatedly... - c.f.
Leon Russell was living in town & owned & operated The Colony Bar, with people like
George Harrison and Eric Clapton dropping by to jam. The likes of JJ Cale and David Teegarden were recording hits that popped onto the national charts. Any number of rock bands, including one fronted by Gary Lewis and Billy Cowsill, were making their homes here, and making the clubs at night. And Mazeppa was on television !!
For three brief years, Gailard Sartain was Dr. Mazeppa Pompazoidi on the late night weekend show "The Uncanny Film Festival and Camp Meeting." Beginning in April of 1970, Sartain and his cohort Jim Millaway, aka Sherman Oaks, created wildly inventive, hip, off-trail humor that predated the national "Saturday Night Live" by several years, wrapping it around showings of old horror movies and Busby Berkeley musicals.
A year after the show's inception, Sartain and Millaway were joined by Tulsa's Gary Busey, as Teddy Jack Eddy, whose own manic presence added immeasurably to the show. And an ever-shifting cast of supporting characters wove in and out throughout the program's three years, adding to the always-present air of unpredictability.
The Mazeppa show rolled along until the summer of 1973, after which Sartain joined the cast of the "Hee Haw" TV show, and sequed into what has become a rock-solid career as a feature-film character actor.
As the years have rolled by, the Mazeppa episodes have taken on the quality of myth. Much of thas is due, of course, to the inventiveness and imagination of the principals, and the sheer entertainment value of what they got over the airwaves. Part, also, is due to the fact that there was no home video--as we know it--during the Mazeppa show's run, and so there's been no way to see the stuff again.
"Unfortunately," said Steve Todoroff recently,
"this was before VCRs. So, all people have had are fond memories."
- John Wooley / TULSA WORLD Oct. 2, 1992
- Until NOW !!
Mezeppa is now on DVD !
Click on the pic above to check out the available volumes !
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Moses Sanchez Says
" Let My People Mow !! "
...ya got any toilet paper over there ??
Grampa always thought it was funny to hit me
on the way home from school with
a two-by-four as he drove past,...and even
funnier if it had rusty nails sticking out of it.
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Sometimes I dream that I'm a giant,...
and all the tiny, wonderful townspeople love me.
But I always, eventually, wake myself up,...
with all the screaming & yelling from the townspeople...as I stomp on them...
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Who really cares WHAT this is,...Don't you just enjoy - watching it ?
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> I believe dogs aren't only
wonderful pets,...but companions.
> I believe cats make excellent targets.
> I believe babies are very much
like tiny drunks,...they can't walk,
hold their heads up, & they spit up
& soil themselves regularly.
> I believe a true gentleman should
always hold the door for a lady
and leave a few bucks on the nightstand
before he leaves.
> I believe the road to heaven
may be under construction.
> I believe there is no such thing
as an honest politician.
> I believe in love,...as long as
it doesn't cost too much.
> I don't believe in war.
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Originally in a group called: Kid Jonny Lang & The Big Bang, independently-released the debut; "Smokin" in 1995. "Lie To Me", the 1997 followup album propelled by a hit title track, introduced the 16-year-old Lang to a nationwide audience. The young guitarists affinity for funk, soul and gospel is quite apparent on this best selling blues album
Stevie Ray VaughanOctober 3, 1954 - August 27, 1990
The Blues Brothers were an American blues and soul revivalist band founded in 1978 by comedians John Belushi& Dan Aykroyd as part of a musical sketch on Saturday Night Live. Belushi and Aykroyd, respectively in character as lead vocalist "Joliet" Jake Blues and harmonica player/vocalist Elwood Blues, fronted the
band, which was composed of some of the the most well known and respected session musicians in all of music. The band made its debut as the musical guest on the April 22, 1978, episode of Saturday Night Live. The band began to take on a life beyond the confines of the television screen, releasing an album; "Briefcase Full of Blues", in 1978, and then having a
Hollywood film, The Blues Brothers, created around its characters in 1980.Original Lineup
While not all members appeared in the original film, the full band included:* "Joliet" Jake E. Blues lead vocals
* Elwood J. Blues harmonica, vocals
* Steve "The Colonel" Cropper lead and rhythm guitar (former Booker T & the M.G.'s)
* Donald "Duck" Dunn bass guitar
(former Booker T & the M.G.'s)
* Murphy Dunne keyboards (brought in to act in the film due to Paul Shaffer's commitment to perform with Gilda Radner in Gilda Live!, toured with the band in the summer of 1980)
* Willie "Too Big" Hall drums, percussion (formerly of the Bar-Kays, Isaac Hayes' band, appears in the movie)
* Steve "Getdwa" Jordan drums, percussion
(Saturday Night Live Band, appears only on the albums)
* Birch "Crimson Slide" Johnson - trombone
(Does not appear in movie)
* Tom "Bones" Malone trombone, trumpet, saxophone (Saturday Night Live Band)
* "Blue" Lou Marini saxophone (Saturday Night Live Band)
* Matt "Guitar" Murphy lead and rhythm guitar
(Howlin' Wolf, other artists)
* Alan "Mr. Fabulous" Rubin trumpet (Saturday Night Live Band)
* Paul "The Shiv" Shaffer keyboards, arranger
* Tom "Triple Scale" Scott saxophone (doesn't appear in the movie, though his saxophone can still be heard on the soundtrack)